Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

At any given time in the world, there are thousands of unsolved murders. Most of them will never be solved. The first 48 hours of a homicide are the most crucial to an investigation. Eventually, leads dry up, witnesses become less cooperative, and cases go cold (unsolved). Meanwhile, detectives continue receiving new homicide cases which push older ones back.

After a case goes cold, it quickly becomes yesterday’s news. The public and the media forget about the crime and move onto the next crime story. However, the victim's family and friends never forget because their case is more than a case file or news story. The victims were sons, fathers, mothers, daughters, or friends.

Catch my Killer focuses on the victim's surviving family and friends who give a voice to those who no longer have one. If you are listening and can help bring a killer to justice, please call in your tips. Even the smallest clue could break a case wide open. Please be sure to visit my website for more information about my true crime columns at www.themarcabe.com. And if you're seeking justice for an unsolved homicide, you can complete the contact form. Please include details and links to your story.

Recent Episodes

Alexandra “Allie” Lowitzer: Episode 100

Sept. 19, 2021

For the 100th episode, I interviewed JoAnn Lowitzer, who is the mother of 16-year-old Alexandra “Allie” Lowitzer, who attended Spring High School in Spring, Texas. Allie was active in art, choir, softball, and Girl Scouts. B…

Episode 99: Theresa Corley

Sept. 12, 2021

Theresa Corley, 19, left a local bar called the Train Stop, in Franklin, Massachusetts, during the late evening of December 4, 1978. After getting into an argument with her boyfriend, Theresa walked out of the bar alone. Aft…

Episode 98: Jerry and Susan McFalls

Sept. 5, 2021

This week’s story occurred in Littlefield, Arizona in 2018. Jerry and Susan McFalls, both 62, were retired and owned a home in West Jordan, Utah and a second home in Littlefield, Arizona. Family said they often travelled bet…

Episode 97: Rachel Trlica, Renee Wilson and Julie Moseley

Aug. 29, 2021

On the morning of December 23, 1974, Lisa Renee Wilson, 14, Julie Ann Moseley, 9, and Mary Rachel Trlica, 17, travelled to the Seminary South Shopping Center in Fort Worth, Texas to do some shopping. Julie was the sister of…

Episode 96: Ernestine Hurt

Aug. 22, 2021

I was recently contacted by a woman named Mirya Glover, who is Ernestine Hurt's granddaughter. In 1982, Ernestine was brutally stabbed at 202 E. sixth street in Cincinnati, Ohio. Unfortunately, Ernestine would later die in t…

Episode 95: Nicole Burnham

Aug. 15, 2021

This week’s story is about a young woman who reached her breaking point and decided she no longer had anything to live for. She reached out for help many times, but instead of receiving help, she was met with disdain and eve…